LONDON (30th April) – The inaugural Japan Gaming Congress (JgC) which is taking place from 14th – 16th May in Tokyo, is delighted to confirm that Bloomberry Resorts Corporation, developers, owners and operators of the Solaire Resort, Manila, have been confirmed as the event's Lead Sponsor.
Thomas Arasi, President, Chief Operating Officer and Board Director of Bloomberry Resorts commented on the agreement: “We are thrilled to be serving as Lead Sponsor of the inaugural Japan Gaming Conference, which is poised to become one of the most important events of its kind in the coming years. During this year’s event, we are excited to have this opportunity to showcase Solaire and our distinct approach to the development of world-class Integrated Resort experiences, as well as to engage with key local and international influencers who are helping to shape Japan’s IR framework.”
Rory Credland, Clarion's Senior Producer responsible for delivering Japan Gaming Congress said: "We are delighted to welcome Bloomberry Resorts and the Solaire Resort, Manila to join our roster of influential sponsors and supporters. Japan Gaming Congress is the first opportunity for gaming professionals to engage with a cross section of opinion formers who will be active in helping to shape the gaming landscape and implementing the IR model in Japan."
For more information on the Japan Gaming Congress and how to attend visit www.japangamingcongress.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Solaire Resort, Manila commenced commercial operations in March 2013 and currently boasts a 488-room luxury hotel, a casino with 295 table games and 1,400 electronic gaming machines, 9 food and beverage outlets, as well as the country’s largest ballroom, among other features. Bloomberry Resorts is in the process of completing its first expansion of the Manila property, which is due to open in 4Q2014. The property is being expanded with a 312 key all-suite luxury hotel, a 1,760-seat theatre capable of accommodating Broadway-style events, a high-end retail area, an expanded spa offering, a night club, karaoke facilities, additional meeting facilities, as well as additional gaming capacity (including 65 VIP tables and 220 slot machines). Plans are underway to further expand the Solaire Resort, Manila with additional accommodations, retail spaces, food & beverage, entertainment and gaming facilities. The company is also exploring a variety of global investment opportunities to expand its integrated resort footprint around the world, with a current focus on Japan, among other jurisdictions. www.bloomberry.ph / www.solaireresort.com